King Charles III orders cancellation of planned appearances after the death of Queen Elizabeth


King Charles III has been removed from a major planned appearance in the aftermath of Queen Elizabeth II’s passing. The Daily MailReportsAccording to this source, Liz Truss, the new British Prime Minister objected to King Charles attending Cop27’s climate change summit in Egypt. The two have differing views about the urgency of climate changes. Buckingham Palace denied the claims.

“There is no suggestion of any row. Whether members of the Royal Family attend or not is up to the Foreign Office,”A source said. Downing Street made an official statement, saying:”We do not comment on private meetings between HM The King and the PM.”King Charles may be taking a backward step in his Royal Campaign duties, but he is still the country’s monarch. “The idea that the PM can order the King what to do is ridiculous,”A source spoke out in support of the idea. They agreed that King Charles’ efforts would be better spent elsewhere.

Queen Elizabeth II was the longest-reigning Royal monarch of the United Kingdom. She died just 18 months after the death Prince Philip, Duke Of Edinburgh, her husband of over 73 years. The Queen died at Balmoral, her beloved palace in the Scottish Highlands, which was purchased by her great-great-grandfather Prince Albert for Queen Victoria in 1852. Her children and grandchildren were there to support her.

Elizabeth was born on April 21, 1926. She assumed the throne after King George VI’s death in 1953. Charles, Prince William, Anne, Princess Royal and Prince Andrew, Duke of York are her children. Prince Edward, Earl Of Wessex is also survived. Many grandchildren also survive the Queen, including Prince William, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as well as Prince Harry, Prince of Sussex, who is married with former actress Meghan Markle. Eight great-grandchildren were also part of Queen Elizabeth’s legacy.

King Charles III gave his first speech in public after Queen Elizabeth’s death. “profound sorrow”Over the loss of his mother. “We owe her the most heartfelt debt any family could owe to her mother for her love affection, guidance, understanding and example,”In a pre-recorded message the incoming King Of England stated, The NY Times. The King also said that he is with his family. “feeling profound sorrow”Charles was deeply grieved for the loss of their matriarch. Charles spoke to his mother at the end of his speech. “Thank you for your love and devotion… may flights of angels sing thee to thy rest.”

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